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Enter the Void [Import]

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  • Format: NTSC, Import
  • Language: English
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: Ifc Independent Film
  • Release Date: Jan. 25 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B0048LPRCS
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Enter The Void

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Format: Blu-ray
What a strange little beauty this is. Truly remarkable. This is an experience. I can probably liken the elation after the film to the first time I watched Eraserhead.
For those who don't know the story, it seems to follow the Tibetan Book of the Dead belief of life-death-life. Follows the process brilliantly through the light of our main character Oscar--who succumbs to death after a bad drug deal. Immediately following his death, we go through the evacuation process. He follows his sister, his friends, silently sees the consequences and their reactions to his death. We are then thrust into the "magical mirror" stage of the process. Pivotal moments in his past life are shown, and scattered, repeated. Then we go into the future...or, what can be seen as a major difference in time perception. This leads to the re-birth of Oscar.
Notice I say "we" a lot there, well, it's because a majority of the film is in first-person perspective. It's nothing I've seen done so perfectly. Everything from the DMT hallucination at the beginning, to the death-process, to the out-of-body sensation. I can see why this should have been seen in the theater and really regret that this town didn't play it anywhere. Granted, I sat mere inches away from my oversized computer monitor to really sink into it as best as possible. It's hard to describe it all...it's a lot to take in. Noe is literally a magician. Some here may not be so much into it...it can seem very slow to some...meaningless even. It's nearly 2 1/2 hours long. Felt a lot longer to me, which is usually an insult to a movie, but not in this case...it's the biggest compliment I can pay it.
Enter the Void seems a lot more optimistic than Noe's previous exercises in Nihilism. It exudes serenity in death. Dare I say, it's a movie of hope.
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Format: DVD
After being awed by Noe's Irreversible, I wasn't sure what to expect entering this one. It starts off as a first person perspective - a young man's vision while standing on a balcony in Tokyo watching a plane fly overhead. He calls an attractive girl out, and she's not impressed. She goes back inside and gets ready to leave, and warns the guy about who he's associating with, as she thinks they're just junkie low life. He shrugs her off, dims the lights, and lights a crack pipe - saying to himself 'I'm not a junkie, I'm not a junkie...' And then this visual drug trip begins. Some one else here mentioned Kubrick, and the great star gate scene from 2001: A Space Odyssey. And is truly amazing what CGI and all can do now. And more so for this film, it all feels 'organic' still. The 'trip' is interrupted by a phone call, and the character is off to make a drug deal. As he departs, a buddy named Alex shows up and tags along. He starts explaining this Tibetan Book Of The Dead that he loaned the young man earlier in a nonchalant way. And then asks where the guys sister is (explaining the previous girl) And why the heck is the young guy having sex with this older woman? Alex pops into a store, while Oscar (the viewer now assumes) goes to a club to do his transaction. Everything suddenly goes wrong. It's a bust. Oscar panics and runs into a bathroom trying to get rid of the evidence, and is suddenly killed by the police. And this is where the journey really begins. An 'out of body experience' hovering around Tokyo that witnesses the emotions by his friend and sister learning of his demise. And a 'flashback' of Oscar's young life, and all that transpired to bring him and his sister to Tokyo to his fatal end.Read more ›
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Format: Blu-ray
This movie is: colorful, surreal, sexual, devious, painful, cruel, mind-bending, spiritual and many other things. Its extremely hard to watch due to its repetitive nature towards the end and its 2 hour and 45 minute run-time. However, I can't help but love this movies use of excellent audio design and its insanely trippy visual effects. After I watched this movie, I was a different person...Sounds cliche and pretentious, but its 100% true... Gaspar Noe, what have you done to my mind?!
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Format: DVD
Gaspar Noe presents ENTER THE VOID: A challenging, mind-warping film. The ambitious writer/director infuses the picture with fluorescent colors and eerie moods reminiscent of the late Stanley Kubrik. In addition, his fascination with drug-addled, depraved souls and use of non-linear storytelling invokes Quentin Tarantino (minus all sense of humor). While ENTER THE VOID includes many disturbing moments (graphic sex, pulped car crash victims, aborted fetus close-ups, narcotic usage), it never approaches the haunting, unbearable brutality of Noe's last opus, IRREVERSIBLE, with its grisly head-bashing and rape scenes.

In spite of the major experimentalism, Noe manages to develop a crystal clear narrative thread and the whole psychedelic soap-opera comes together neatly. From start to finish, this VOID bursts with light, form and sound. Forget Who, What, When, Where and Why . . . ENTER THE VOID leaves one wondering "HOW?"
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